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polls that i alluded to earlier, three-quarters of obama voters said that they were for same sex marriage. three-quarters of romney voters said they were not. so there are people in the democratic party who, you know, support traditional marriage. i thought it was really interesting, by the way, this week. i thought it was politico went to a lot of the red state democratic senators on the ballot in 2014. people like mark prior of arkansas and others, mary landrieu in louisiana. they haven't changed their position. and i still think the republican party is going to remain a pro-family, pro-marriage, pro-life party. i don't think that will change. and if it does, by the way, i think the big tent will become a pup tent. if you look at the data, 44% of all the votes mitt romney got last november were from self-identified evangelicals. >> romney's data analyst suggests that republicans and independents who voted for the president who, by the way won, actually overwhelmingly support marriage equality and so this is a growing issue for republicans and independents. you know, again, i th
democrats. >>> with president obama set to release his own budget when lawmakers return in early april, is compromise in the cards? new york's jonathan shay doesn't think so writing parties can't find the middle ground, because the middle ground doesn't exist. hmm, i don't call that optimism, josh. >> well i think first most important thing to note about these amendments is none are going to become law. because the budget is not going to become law. what part of the deal from the fiscal cliff deal a few months ago was that the senate democrats had to pass a budget in order to get a debt ceiling increase. they'll pass a budget. the house passed a budget. in theory what they're supposed to do is reconcile the two of them, come up with a compromise and make that budget the law. that's not going to happen, this was the end. this bill is going to die and there's no implication for keystone, excel, abortion or anything else. it's symbolic. >> quoting myself, it's a statement of priorities. and the fact that the republicans are still trying to litigate the issue of the affordable care act, st
party is in a bit of a bind. they have lost the popular vote in four out of the last five presidential elections. and president obama i think even president obama's top aides would say was imminently beatable last november and yet he really trounced mitt romney. so in addition to the messaging problem that the republican party clearly has, there's also a demographic problem that they face and that's why you had the soul searching. it was necessary not only to reassure the party activists, but also i think to get donors reassured, as well. there was a risk there that some people were going to stop giving money to the republican party. >> when i talked to ari fleischer in our last hour, he said the message that we have to have is that it's a big tent and here's what he said. >> both parties have these issues. for the republican party, what it means is that republicans need to adhere to our conservative message, our conservative core, but do so in a way that invites other people to join in. we can not do it in a way that pushes people out or says they're not welcome. that's been a real re
, this was not a bipartisan effort. this was president obama, this was the democrat-led senate, the democrat-led house. this is one party that gave us this terrible bill. now let it be both parties that come together to help women, help children, and help senior citizens. god bless you for what you're doing. thank you so much, dr. burgess. mr. burgess: i thank the gentlelady for participating, off way of stating these things that none of us are capable of and your voice is an or not one in this debate. thank you for recognizing there were alternatives, there were suggestions, there were ideas, that were emanating from the republican side of the aisle during this entire, what passed for debate, on the affordable care act. -- lack mrs. bachmann: and you wrote about it. mr. burgess: most of it, it's indelibly etch odd on our our y well, went home to districts to summer town halls. normally if i get three people there, we're excited, i had 2,000 people show up that morning. we weren't ready for 2,000 people. i had to move the entire event outside and stand under the august sun in texas on a platform on a
, there's a fight for the leadership republican party between two newcomers, marco rubio and libertarian rand paul. their fight may well determine who the gop runs in 2016. >>> plus, you had to say shalom. president obama's historic trip to israel. the president has seemed to won over many skeptical israelis and they may have real political consequences back here. >> sarah palin is back, or was that tina fey with james lipton. >> same-sex marriage, what is your view on that? >> well, the bible says it's gross. a lot of the amazing people that i met in the audience of "dancing with the stars" seems to feel that way. >> right. >> but no. >> that might just be the best political impression ever. this is "hardball," a place for politics. omnipotent of opportunity. you know how to mix business... with business. and from national. because only national lets you choose any car in the aisle. and go. you can even take a full-size or above. and still pay the mid-size price. i could get used to this. [ male announcer ] yes, you could business pro. yes, you could. go national. go like a p
party is really going to reinvent itself, messaging isn't the key part of it. being rooted in policies for the country. >> ezra, msnbc analyst, thank you. >> thanks. >>> president obama gave a big, very highly anticipated speech in jerusalem today. while he was in jerusalem he got a major award. the way the american news media covered that moment will be the most amazing picture you see today. that is next. all stations come over to mission a for a final go. this is for real this time. step seven point two one two. verify and lock. command is locked. five seconds. three, two, one. standing by for capture. the most innovative software on the planet... dragon is captured. is connecting today's leading companies to places beyond it. siemens. answers. glass on floors. daily chores. for the little mishaps you feel use neosporin to help you heal. it kills germs so you heal four days faster. neosporin. use with band-aid brand bandages. but first you've got to get him to say, "hello." new crest 3d white arctic fresh toothpaste. use it with these 3d white products, and whiten your teeth in just
in this country. when you look from president obama to president clinton to hillary clinton to rob portman to dick cheney, cleric mccaskill, jon huntsman. there are a tremendous number of federal officials, highly visible people in both parties. not only saying people should have this right, which is the moral position, but also saying something that i think creates an incredible opening for the public which is i changed my mind. people get in different ways. but that is also really different. in the civil rights era which is obviously the sort of historical precedent that people look to. the court was way out front. sometime in unanimous decisions like brown, in school busing, obviously in a lot of areas of extending rights to minorities. they were way ahead of both parties. you go back to the original civil rights raer and both parties were table because we lived in a completely racist, elite structure. and so the court was really one of the only elite institutions in the country that ran against that. while i understand the broader context, i think this is a supreme court that by that historica
and she accused barack obama of having a reality show. >> she's got a tart approach and she gives a good show, reality or not reality. but i don't think she's a serious political factor in the republican party. and i have to say if i was going it take political advice from someone in that spat, it would be from karl rove and not from sarah palin. >> thank you very much. ruth marcus, i can't see you -- taking advice from either one. but to be continued. and meanwhile, the blame game, the republican party chairman, raince priebus took a thinly veiled shot at his predecessor in trying to explain what went wrong for the gop. >> for quite a while when we walked into the inc, both credit cards of the rnc were suspended. this is before i walked in. now just think about this for a second. if you got one of two of the biggest national political parties in the world, that has both credit cards suspended. >> are you saying that former chairman steele ruined the party or at least the rnc financially? >> i'm not going to go there. listen, i think the numbers speak for themselves. >> they speak for th
when she's basically quit? >> anderson, this is a distraction. the future of the republican party is bright and exciting. this is a marathon and not a sprint. republicans cannot go against their core principles. it's really a matter of driving home these core principles and going after obama and the left on these issues that in these demographics that we're losing in, to say that republicans favor things like school choice. look where obama is in d.c. if you look at sool choice there, he spent three years arguing against funding the d.c. scholarship program. >> where do you see the brightness? >> -- the lowest rate in the entire country. we can't give up on those issues. >> where do you see the brightness? you said the future looks bright. the rnc doesn't seem to think so. >> no, the republican party, all this inner discussion between different wings, this is normal. if you read michael duffy's book "the president's club" this is nothing new. this is something that has gone on since nixon and reagan and it happened in the liberal party, too. the democratic party as well. the reaso
would be naturally republicans, is just not true. certainly, they voted 70% for president obama in this last election. so there's a big debate going on inside the republican party. there are a lot of lawmakers, i will say, on capitol hill, republicans who say, well, we've just got to get this issue behind us. they think if thaw pass some sort of immigration reform, they don't have to worry about it in the future, although it may just open up a whole set of issues. so the republican party is by no means united by this. we haven't gotten to the nuts and bolts because nobody's actually written a bill. jon: yeah. that's one of the issues. a lot of speeches being given --? that's right. jon: he addressed the notion of that this contests of a form of amnesty which is anathema to a lot of people. listen to this. >> conservatives, myself included, are wary of amnesty. in fact, if you read the news already, i think i'm already being accused of it, and i haven't even given my speech yet. [laughter] it's kind of who wants to make up the definition. but what i'd say -- i'd say what we have
boehner himself could make a deal with president obama that would include raising taxes. he would do that. the reason he won't do that, is he's afraid of being yellowstone thrown by eric cantor and kevin mccarthy and the tea party caucus and the problem is the republicans who sort of see sense on the budget, or could see sense on the budget, are held back by their own fear of their own radicals. >> what's amazing to me is that, joy, we talked about ryan budget, 2.0, now this is 3.0. there is this effort under way to rebrand the republican party that has been met with varying levels of success. >> right. >> and now they're talking about this as a way of preserving the social safety net. and i always, when i hear that, it's like -- you kind of have to be kidding, right? you may have a different fiscal goals, but don't tell me this is a way of preserving the social safety net. >> it's so funny you say that because i was thinking that i'm remembering the pretty thing sent up with all the red bubbles on it from the rnc. where they said we've got to learn not to be scary. people think we're jus
companies to places beyond it. is >>> the republican party is moving closer to embracing immigration reform. we'll get to that in a few moments. gu again, live pictures right now. er with expecting prime minister netanyahu and president obama to start that joint news conference at about 2:25, five to seven minutes. we will bring that to you when it comes back live. >> senator rand paul seeming to have a citizenship. talking about the importance of reform and moving the party forward but as our first read team points out, the opponents to immigration right now are saying right now, let's slow down. nbc news senior editor mark murray joining me now. mark, who are these senators and what are they saying? >> it is handful of senators. you have this ranking member of the judiciary committee, chuck grassley, along with high profile tea party types like ted cruz and senator from utah pup have texas in there. they wrote a letter asking senate judiciary chairman pat lachey to slow down, that it is going too fast. sometimes when people say, hey, slow down on this type of legislation, that is one tact
obama israel is committed to a two state solution. israel and palestinian leaders have not negotiated but admit compromise is needed. he says both parties deserve the same thing. >> young people can work together to make progress in three areas that will define our types. security, peace and prosperity. >> earlier today, israeli police said militants fired rockets at southern israel. protested against israeli policies burning flags and a picture of president obama. despite that opposition, both palestinian and israeli leaders will spark those peace talks. live in washington, ktvu channel 2 news. >> time now is 8:49. seismologists are worried some californians are becoming too complaisant about earthquakes. gave a 40 second warning before a 5.2 quake hit. scientists are working on early detection system. one that would give up to a minute of warning. hospitals and emergency response workers say lives could be saved by having that extra time. scientists say they need more state funding to finish the project and worry extra money will not come until after that devastating earthquake. >>>
into policy at all. i think the republican party is really going to reinvent itself, messa messaging isn't the key part of it. being rooted in policies for the country. >> ezra, msnbc analyst, thank you. >> thanks. >>> president obama gave a big, very highly anticipated speech in jerusalem today. while he was in jerusalem he got a major award. the way the american news media covered that moment will be the most amazing picture you see today. that is next. today is gonna be an important day for us. you ready? we wanna be our brother's keeper. what's number two we wanna do? bring it up to 90 decatherms. how bout ya, joe? let's go ahead and bring it online. attention on site, attention on site. now starting unit nine. some of the world's cleanest gas turbines are now powering some of america's biggest cities. siemens. answers. [ sighs ] [ ringing continues, dog barks ] [ male announcer ] staples makes it easier to get everything your business needs. [ dog whimpers ] even paper towels. and now get a scott mega roll paper towel 6 pack for $4.99. staples. that was easy. for $4.99. some people
. the parties mocked the government for believing [indiscernible] the phone call was a step forward. >> israel did not agree to turkey's call to in the blockade of gaza. roughly adapter president obama left israel, israeli police raided a palestinian protest camp on the outskirts of jerusalem. protesters had erected the camp last wednesday within the e1 settlement zone, which bisects the west bank and cuts palestinians off from their land more than 200 israeli officers leveled the camp before dawn on sunday. a palestinian lawmaker said he and four others were arrested. an earlier encampment on the same site was dismantled by israeli forces in january. the united states has announced it will transfer control of bagram prison to the afghan government today, the key details on the deal have not been disclosed. the u.s. was seeking to retain veto power over whom could be released from the prison, which human rights groups have dubbed the other guantanamo. in addition, the u.s. wanted assurances that certain prisoners would not be released even if they could not be prosecuted in court. in a central
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and big donors, we have the establishment country club republicans and as john said, the tea party. they do not get along l is no message. pat is right. highest negative of all time, bottom line the only thing that president obama and the democrats have going for them is the republicans. >> but they not just better off. >> there are new signs this week that hillary clinton may want to consider running for president in 2016. [ kate ] many women may not be absorbing the calcium they take as well as they could because they don't take it with food. switch to citracal maximum plus d. it's the only calcium supplement that can be taken with or without food. my doctor recommends citracal maximum. it's all about absorption. love your passat! um. listen, gary. i bought the last one. nice try. says right here you can get one for $199 a month. you can't believe the lame-stream media, gary. they're all gone. maybe i'll get one. [ male announcer ] now everyone's going to want one. you can't have the same car as me, gary! i'm gettin' one. nope! [ male announcer ] volkswagen springtoberfest is her
% of the electorate they favor president obama, 71% to 27%, and then, you know, the rnc put out this autopsy on the election. >> right. >> and it clearly states, quote, we must embrace and champion comprehensive immigration reform. if we do not, our party's appeal will continue to shrink to its core constituencies only. does it matter if it's pragmatism or not? whether they really want it or not. >> i'm not sure how much it matters. the important thing is it's happening. and especially for the young people, the dreamers, for so many people who have been struggling and looking for a way to be part of this country, it does matter. and for the republicans, it's not just a question of, say, political survival, there really is a tremendous potential for rewards for them. because polling by latino decisions shows that about 1/3 of latinos would be open to a republican candidate if the gop supports immigration reform. so there's a big benefit for them there. but looking at comprehensive reform, one thing to remember when rand paul and other leaders talk about people going to the back of the line or
believe our parties had a real quality of contacts problem. and what i mean is that we have become a party that parachutes into communities four months before an election. while that is how we operated years and years, and done well as compared to ourselves. in comparison to the other side, the obama campaign lived in these communities for years. the relationships were deep. they were authentic. >> he is absolutely right. >> yeah. priebus announced 10 million dollar plan funded by the rnc that would focus on establishing permanent footholds in african-american and asian communities. they would begin their campaign sooner. >> a great idea too. he was talking about a june or july convention. >> right. >> less debates. >> less debates. >> i think it's great. >> for the next presidential election cycle which makes a lot of sense. maybe seven or eight of them instead of 23. to stop the party from cannibalizing itself later on. it's sort of looking like rebranding. >> what is wrong? you don't like that idea? >> i think it will be hard to enforce. >> why is that? >> a lot of media organizations t
were was about his own party that is news. jon: again in the headlines it's all about as jim said stuffy hold men. >> he was brutal on every score. about immigrants, gays, a obama. it was brutal honesty. >> the republicans got beat, they know that, but they still have 30 governors, they still have the majority of the house of reufpts. and there is more than brutality there. there is also awareness of past republican successes. there is both alan, both. >> the other thing i read was better saint federal. that was in the report as well. that was widely reported today. >> i didn't see that in any headline. jon: when the 2016 presidential elections come around should we look forward to stories about a new crop of republican candidates energized by, you know, the party's research is coming. >> it would be good for the party if they had a new crop of candidates. >> nbc's coverage of cpac the conservative conference last weekend, you did see new stars like rand paul, marco rubio emerge nothing a big, big way on the national stage. all nbc could cover is infighting on little side panels.
presidential primary debates. that that many debates kills the candidate. try telling that to barack obama. it wasn't that there were too many debates, it was that mitt romney moved to the right to win the nomination. and that's kind -- that gives you an encapsulation of what the party thinks is the problem. >> bill: but also i have to say that i think mitt romney was the best of the bunch, and if they would have had fewer debates they might have gotten stuck with mischel balkchmann -- >> right. >> bill: on same-sex marriage this i thought was interesting, any other time at any other republican gathering, this would have been the hot-button issue, right? it didn't seem to be that way? >> people did not want to talk about the rob portman news. people didn't want to engage -- they didn't want to con semihim or support him they just didn't want to talk about it. someone like rick santorum who's whole claim to fame are these social issues. but he didn't engage in the meat and bones on the issue, and that is a major change. marco rubio and jim demint both mentioned marriage in
, texas, but it really doesn't matter. the changes that the republican party should make is that trying to get in touch more with the youth, i mean, democrats were out there, obama was out there with the children, and i mean, also with, like, it doesn't matter, but he was still getting out there. and people see that, and that's what they want. they don't care about information, really, because all the voters, they're low informed. and so, i mean, i think that the republicans should, my en just come out -- just -- host: i think we're losing you there, miguel, but thanks for calling in. we'll try now brad from greenville, south carolina, a republican as well. we're talking about -- we talked to just republicans in just the first 45 minutes of the "washington journal" today. good morning, brad. caller: good morning. how are you? host: good. caller: i think we should keep it simple and go back to the thoughts of ronald reagan and stop conservatism and just go back to the good old truth that is worked back then, that reagan laid for the incredible ground work of the economy in the 1980's and
do you know? >> we don't register by parties here, but voters in the first congressional district went for mitt romney by a 58-40 margin over barack obama. so elizabeth colbert-busch has some work to do ahead of her. >> bill: yes. peter ogburn our executive producer is from charleston. >> yes in need. it's elizabeth colbert, not colbert, right? >> right. >> bill: i didn't realize that. elizabethco -- elizabeth colbert. i'm such a huge fan of charleston. every meal i have down there is one of the best meals of my life. robert i want you to know but when i think of south carolina tell us about lindsay graham. what is happening -- is he really going to have a primary battle? >> well, if he's going to have any reelection trouble whatsoever, it is going to be in the primary. the democrats here just don't have a bench to put anybody credible up against him, not considering his war chest and things, and not considering they would be a democrat and working with harry reid instead of mitch mcconnell -- >> wait, wait, wait. you forgetting about alvin green. >> oh, yes.
manipulation at the local level, by partisans in both parties. it's amazing we don't have more problems. independent in syracuse, new york. caller: i wonder why the obama goes along with the republicans, and others in talking about how so shall security is in trouble. social security is not in trouble. it would take a minor fix, raising the caps, and social security would be fine for another 75 years. i am on social security and i live on $700 a month. y social security was raised 1.3% in january, while food has gone up 14% since the last ra ise. i don't understand it. i go to the salvation army and buy a shirt for $3 and i pay % sales tax. one who buys $100 million worth of stocks pays no sales tax. i think that a stock transaction fee could be set specifically to balance the budget with. guest: your caller makes an important point. social security is not bankrupt. there are resources that will last for the next 25 years, although the longer we go on, we approach the point where it is not going to be self sustaining. the trust fund for social security is exhausted. we face a potential
's parliament. there they go. just another day in parliament. started when a member of the ruling party delivered a speech in russian instead of ukrainian. >> wow. >>> and finally, yeah, like most of us, president obama has filled out his march madness brackets and first he explained to our friends at espn why he's picking syracuse over unlv. >> good match but i like syracuse, mainly because biden told me if i didn't pick them he wouldn't talk to me. i think louisville this year has the horses to go real far. i'm going to have to go to ohio state. i think craft's defense is unbelievable and i think in a tournament like this that makes a big difference. i'm going with florida. i just don't -- i don't want people thinking that i'm only big ten all the time. this is a great game but i think indiana is going to pull it out. i think this will be close. >> wow! >> so who is he picking to go all the way? he'll have to watch "sportscenter" at 9:00 a.m. eastern. they're calling barack-etology. two teams from the big ten in the final four. >> look, sam, you called it. indiana. >> did i really? >>
parties. to bring them together, and they need to get together. host: another perspective here on twitter -- host: let's take a look at some other stories in the news, president obama's trip to israel, headline in the "usa today" -- you can see the photograph of the american president with the array -- israeli president in a test after obama was awarded a medal. obama gets enthusiastic response in israel. then we see obama urges palestinian state. we cane of other stories look at in the news today, flipping through the paper, the "new york times" looks at women in the senate. you can see the graphic, they look at who these women are and how it has been a building force overtime. you can see here, the growing numbers of female senators. a womanl has approved to lead the interior apartment -- department. sec chief is excited to announce a departure. we expect to hear him announced that he is stepping down, leaving the agency after four years. that term focused heavily on improving internet access across the country. ont: a couple of more calls whether you are feeling the impact of sequestra
immigrant, americans 63%, democrats 71%, republicans 53%. tea party are the people not surprisingly that oppose it. >> 45%. >> that's pretty good. when if you asked about obama care or something like that. >> republicans have learned that while these folks who were undocumented can't vote their kids who are born here are becoming citizens are voting and not voting for republicans and at the same time that poll shows the people are way ahead of the politicians on this one. they are ready for this. they want it. they want to see the system work. so they want a pragmatic approach and there's a really good political and pragmatic sweet spot we can hit if we work it the right way. >> it's a small spot. i don't think we should -- having covered the complexity there's a lot of moving pieces when people talk about what the enforcement part of it will be. hat the current pathway to citizenship will look like. that pathway will have a number of hurdles. you can build eight foot hurdles or two foot and some will run smack dab into that. >> tough, smart and fair. >> the fact that the country do
. >> alisyn: top story today. obama care turns three years old and today some doctors are wondering is this a birthday party or a retirement party there is a new study out that suggests that doctors are bowing out of the profession. there is a lot to digest. big number in new survey is 6 in 10 doctors say they are likely to retire early over the next three years. they didn't pin it all specifically on the affordable care act. a number of factors are in play. falling income. eroding a ton my. where they used to be able to pick and choose the types of services they could provide. they don't have as much predom to do that anymore. that's one of the areas. they say their overall future in medicine. they are worried about the industry at large moving forward. >> peter: they front loaded all the goodies in this bill. preexisting conditions. you get to stay in your parent's healthcare plan. the pain comes. this year and next year, premiums go up. long lines. it's going to be a real train wreck people are predicting. >> alisyn: for doctors, it's worrisome because they believe, at least acco
if their state will offer a health insurance exchange. i'm sorry. maybe the birthday party isn't so great after all. if you hope to get another one, we have to get ourselves together. jay, the man who until recently was inside the obama administration and responsible for the implementation of president obama's health care law and victoria defrances defrancesco soto. what has been happening. >> well, a lot. insurance companies can't cut off coverage once you reach a certain limit. and most importantly, insurance companies that spend more than 20% of the dollar on profit, they have to refund money to people and in 2012 people around the country got more than a billion dollars back from their nurks that did not comply with the rules. >> and when you talk to your constituents, are people feeling the aca. the the data says people are saying, i haven't been personally impacted by this. >> well, young people have certainly ben the first group of beneficiarie beneficiaries. and it's had an impact on them. i think the hurry to repeal is because teem don't want to see the benefits. we have seen 5$5.7 bil
. what the report says, it's the same stuff the media was saying about the republican party during campaign. remember, media, myself and everybody else, we were all accused of being liberal -- having liberal bias and being proceed obama and in the tank for obama. when people pointed out, for example, that mitt romney's comments about the 47%. this report says the very same thing t at the time, we talked about how the romney campaign didn't have troops on the ground didn't have any really good database. this report says the same thing. the key is and tell me your take on this. 866-55-press. will the party change? will it recognize what went wrong? and will it change? i don't think so. let me give you three quick examples. the report says would havee have to increase our outreach to mine or at this. the day after the the report president obama nominates tom perez for labor secretary and rush limbaugh and says this is as bad as hugo chavez and another because he supports immigration reform. another example, the report says, again, we have to reach out t
. this is not some kind of conspiracy. in your opening you talked about how he was both offending obama lovers and haters. obviously he's doing his job. this is about demographics, that's all it's about. jon: jimmy fallon or his part has made controversial movesment back in november of 11 when he introduced tea party favorite michelle bachmann the congresswoman from minnesota and his band deliberately played called lying, and the next two words describe a donkey and a female dog, neither one of which is very flattering in their own right and when you get to the slang that they imply even worse. fallon had to apologize as a result of that. if that's the view alan of conservatives on that shoeut does say something doesn't it? >> i don't think the band choosing an intro song was wrong to do. there was an apology. i don't know that fallon had anything to do with that. that one example does not portend that jimmy fallon is a far left wing liberal and this is a conspiracy to get rid of a guy who appeals to liberals and not conservatives or vice averse a. this is not anything to do with liberals and
and his syria in fact use chemical weapons as has been reported. and the republican party engaged in a sort of a civil war. we'll get into that, but first -- >> announcer: this is the "full court press." >> espn releasing president obama's complete march madness yesterday as the men's tournament gets underway today. number one louisville, indiana, ohio state, and then florida. and he believes that indiana will beat louisville on n the title game. on the women's side baylor connecticut, and california. his final pick for that will be revealed tomorrow. >> bill: i didn't do the women's bracket. >> i don't the women's bracket. i'm sorry. >> bill: we'll let you know our picks later this hour. >> michelle obama was at the [ inaudible ] to celebrate easter and brought bo with her. she handed out bo-shaped cookies, and handed out tickets to the easter egg roll at the white house. >> bill: that fisher house is a great, great program. really, really do good stuff. >> yeah. >> and how about genetically modified seafood for dinner tonight. the usda is close to approving
time i hear obama speak cannot believe half the words he says. when it comes on in the news media, they do not challenge him on anything. the first thing he does is playing at the republican party -- is blamed the republican party. we all know the democrats are doing the same thing. they are telling people lies, not telling the truth. his incompetence as a president -- this is why we are not getting things done. he is supposed to be a leader of the people. this media let everything go, obama is doing a great job. the american public knows it is not true. host: is that tactic any difference whether it is president obama are president reagan? guest: all presidents do that. i think one point that i totally agree with is that the press sayrally lets president's whatever they want to say and the challenges it in a different way. you get used to a president's normal life and this president blames the republicans. so what? are in charges of one house of congress. he blames them but who is listening? he hopes the public is. necessarily resonate with the press on a day-to-day basis. host:
against president obama and partly a factor in governor romney running. .hat is an interesting dynamic at our potential field, there is a lot of young, fresh faces in the republican party. i think it would be very healthy. if you look at marco rubio, paul ryan, kelly ayotte, bobby jindal. very clear generational shift going on in the republican party moving forward. the democrats look like they might reach back. jackie's -- john kasick's numbers have been rising dramatically. i suspect you will see that with other governors as a welter it -- s well. that onlineatch at c-span dot org. coming up, president obama visits the west bank and jerusalem. then we will talk about the federal budget. journal,xt washington a look at the gun-control debate and the possibility of an assault weapons ban. discussion that revealed 32 members of congress hired relative to work other campaigns during the 2012 elections. -- parry toerry discuss thithe latest population trends. washington journal, live at 7:00 eastern on c-span. box is a price to be issued by a grade -- >> a surprise to be issue
the president's own party joined republicans to vote to repeal a tax on medical devices that was tucked into the law. but the vote was nonbinding and symbolic. much like the rest of the attempts to repeal obama care. wolf? >> jim acosta, with that let's dig a little bit deeper in our strategy session right now. joining us two cnn contributors the former obama special adviser van jones and former bush speechwriter david frum. here is what it would take to repeal obama care. you understand this completely. maybe they could do it in the house where the republicans have a majority but in the senate you would need 60 votes. even if they got 60 votes, the president would veto that legislation. you need two-thirds overrides in both houses to override a presidential veto. you would need 67 votes in the senate. and that's not happening. >> that's not happening. the republicans are motivated i think by two concerns. the first is this is a very narled statute heading toward a lot of trouble that the financing mechanisms are inadequate. and what we're going to see is it is going to offer very per v
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